Following the huge success of the 2014 event, automotive manufacturers throughout India will once again be able to see the very latest technologies and services that will enable them to produce higher-quality, more reliable and safer vehicles, all under one roof!
Automotive Testing Expo India will represent the most targeted gathering of automotive test and evaluation executives anywhere in India. This is the forum that will ensure you are up to speed with the very latest products and procedures available to the industry.
Automotive Testing Expo India also offers exhibitors and visitors an unrivalled networking opportunity within this vital area of the automotive sector.
Commenting on the show, David Tessore, development manager, Powertrain Test Systems at exhibitor AVL India, said, “India is a growing market and an ideal place to have a show like this.”
Haldenwang-based MAHA-AIP has been exhibiting at the Indian show since 2010. It too emphasised the event’s importance: “The show helps us to keep up with the trends in the Indian market. We think it is very important to be present here,” said the company’s Michael Eberle.
Meanwhile S Ramanathan, managing director at Automotive Test Systems (ATS) had praise for the organisers for the “professionally managed” show: “All the leading test equipment makers are present here. We are meeting real customers and we are doing real business.”
The range of automotive testing equipment showcased at the show attracted trade visitors from the South Indian auto hub mostly concentrated around Chennai, but visitors also came in from the western auto hub in Pune.
Technical experts from global and Indian vehicle OEMs were looking for testing equipment for their facilities and found lots of new products at the show. Third-time visitor Durairaj Selakkaren, assistant manager, Automotive Sector Benchmarking at Mahindra & Mahindra Research Valley, was scouting for position sensors. “We are regular visitors to this show and each time we have ordered equipment. We hope to order this time as well,” he said.
Making its global debut at the show was a range of compact LED lighting developed by Germany’s High Speed Vision. The high-speed, wide-angled LED heads, each with 240W output, have been developed to use in vehicle interiors during crash testing. “This is the next-generation range: smaller, lighter and easy to use,” said HS Vision’s Thomas Weber.
Among many other new products at the show was LMS’s SCADAS XS data-acquisition system for noise and vibration measurements. “The portable system can be used in field diagnostics, mobile measurements and lab testing,” said Ajay Kumar Pandey, marketing coordinator for LMS.
With exhibiting companies such as MTS Systems, Horiba, National Instruments, Automotive Test Systems, AVL and many more, Automotive Testing Expo India 2016 is a 'must attend' event for any automotive test engineer.
• Test simulation
• Engine and emissions analysis
• Vibration testing
• Acoustic testing
• Environmental testing
• Mechanical testing
• Data acquisition
• Materials testing
• Non-destructive testing (NDT)
• Track simulation and laboratory testing
• EMC analysis
• Structural and fatigue testing
• Suspension kinematics and compliance
• Simulation software
• Sensors and transducers
• On-board diagnostics
• Wind tunnel technology
• Aerodynamic testing
• Quality testing/inspection